Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Qureshi says the Afghan peace process is making positive headway.
Qureshi Had 'Productive Meetings' With Afghan Leaders
Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and his delegation met with President Ashraf Ghani in Kabul on Monday, Presidential Palace said in a statement.
The two sides discussed Afghanistan-Pakistan relations, bilateral issues, Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process and next steps after intra-Afghan talks, the statement said.
In this meeting, the importance of regional and world countries’ cooperation was highlighted in the peace process of Afghanistan, the statement said.
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Qureshi said he had productive meetings with Afghan leaders.
“I’ve had productive meetings with the Afghan leadership this morning. The peace process is making positive headway. Next stop is Iran. Regional connectivity and a collective outlook is essential for progress,” Qureshi tweeted.
Qureshi arrived in Kabul on Monday morning.
Pakistani media reported that Qureshi left Pakistan for a four-nation tour as part of Islamabad’s policy of outreach in the neighborhood.
The Pakistani delegation consists of the foreign secretary and senior officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs who will visit Afghanistan, Iran, China and Russia from December 24-26, 2018, a statement issued by the Foreign Office of Pakistan said on Sunday.